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[Gnash-dev] Re: shared pointers

From: Mateusz Loskot
Subject: [Gnash-dev] Re: shared pointers
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2006 02:09:46 +0200
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Markus Gothe wrote:
> GCC is a gnuism with it's own non-iso extensions, not a real compiler
> for except x86-based systems imo. ;)

I don't have much experience on other architectures than x86 with GCC.
So, I can't confirm this statement.

> For the boost part I discovered that the needed functions in boost can
> easily be extracted by using CC -E. The whole smart prt code (including
> shared pointers) is only ~26kb totally, so I don't see a reason not to
> extract the wanted parts and include it with gnash, extends portability
> too since we can add extra stuff/checks if necessary. It is definitely a
> codebase with high quality.

I think it's a good idea and I'm glad you've discovered it.
I'd only give small proposal to keep files/modules structure consistent
with "big" Boost.
So, it will be possible to build gnash using the stripped version of
components or using "big" Boost installation.

./configure -> builds with supplied Boost components

or this way:

./configure --with-boost=/my/own/boost/installation

What do you think?

> I usually use ports/pkgsrc/portage to rule out the stability of a
> package. Alas this might be far from the best way... :-&
> Adding this mail-thread to gnash-dev.

I think I'm not subscribed to gnash-dev. Sorry, too many lists ATM.
I'll subscribe in the October, so please forward my message to gnash if
you want.

Mateusz Loskot

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